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Scripting can be made safe in almost any environment The capability of WSH to spot signed scripts and execute them, combined with your ability as an administrator to customize the filename extensions on client and server computers, can provide an effective barrier against unauthorized scripts, still allowing your own scripts to run COMING UP You're all finished! If you've read this book straight through, you've learned how to program in VBScript, use ADSI and WMI, create administrative Web pages, and even secure your environment for safer scripting In the next part, I'll wrap up with some longer examples of administrative scripts that you can use as references or start running in your environment right away < Day Day Up >
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29 Logon and Logoff Scripts 30 Windows and Domain Administration Scripts 31 Network Administration Scripts 32 WMI and ADSI Scripts < Day Day Up >
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29 Logon and Logoff Scripts
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IN THIS CHAPTER Both NT and Active Directory domains allow you to specify logon scripts; Active Directory also allows you to specify a logoff script for users and computers I'll provide some sample logon and logoff scripts that you can use as a starting point for building your own Perhaps one of the most common uses for scripting is the creation of logon (and, for Active Directory domains, logoff) scripts A number of scripting languages have been created almost exclusively for use in these scripts, including Microsoft's unsupported Kixtart, the more general-purpose WinBatch, and many others Dozens of command-line utilities exist that allow batch files to stand in as logon scripts Although VBScript has a steeper learning curve than these other products, it also offers unmatched power and flexibility VBScript's capability to use COM objects and directly access many operating system features allows it to immediately take advantage of new technologies and techniques Because every environment requires a unique logon script, it's impossible to offer examples that you can truly use without modification Instead, I've tried to create examples that are modular, allowing you to pick and choose the various tasks you need for your own logon scripts As a result, some of the tasks my examples perform are slightly less than real world For example, you'll see examples where I'm using script to execute a relatively useless command-line utility The point of the example isn't the utility itself, but rather the ability to execute external commands You should be able to quickly modify the pieces of these examples to assemble your own highly useful scripts NOTE I'm assuming that you know how to designate logon (and logoff) scripts for whatever domain environment you're working in If you don't, consult the operating system's documentation for more information < Day Day Up >
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The first example script works in either an Active Directory (AD) or NT domain environment It includes a number of common logon script tasks NOTE One thing to be careful of: Windows 9x scripts actually execute before the operating system finishes the user logon process As a result, the technique I use to retrieve the current user's name won't always work properly There's no pretty workaround for this; I'll show you one example of how to make your script essentially sit and wait until Windows finishes and the user name becomes available
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Listing 291 shows the script code I've included comments to help identify each task, so that you can easily break this apart and reuse various bits in your own scripts Listing 291 Logon1vbs This script includes most common logon script tasks
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' first let's create the objects we'll be using dim objShell, objNetwork set objShell = WScriptCreateObject("WScriptShell") set objNetwork = WScriptCreateObject("WScriptNetwork")
' let's display a welcome message dim strDomain, strUser strDomain = objNetworkUserDomain strUser = objNetworkUserName msgbox "Welcome to the " & strDomain & ", " & strUser & "!"
'we'll map the Z: drive to a network location objNetworkMapNetworkDrive "Z:", "\\Server\Share"
'let's connect to a network printer and make it ' the default - we'll capture LPT2: objNetworkAddPrinterConnection "LPT2", "\\Server\Print1"